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  • Re: Support for FLAC, Lagarith and Huffyuv Lossless codecs!

    Have you tried to use these codecs with Avid Media Composer? Presumably, Avid Studio is aimed at people who work with the AVCHD, or h.264 MOV files of most HD videocams or DSLRs, who don't have the need or appetite to convert to low compression codecs, since there projects involve relatively few passes, so the IQ conservation of the low ...
    Posted to Feature Requests (Forum) by JKoch on January 17, 2012
  • An AS V2 or any other Avid product that can edit JVC FY-HMQ10 4k video

    JVC has launched a compact 4k videocam that, priced at $5k, is hardly any more expensive than a high-end DSLR with lenses.&nbsp; Mere rental of a RED can cost that much or more.&nbsp; Even if 4k HDTVs or displays remain a rarity for years to come, 4k video would be handy for the sake of cropping wide-angle action scenes.&nbsp; This would be great ...
    Posted to Feature Requests (Forum) by JKoch on January 13, 2012
  • Re: To Edit Using AVCHD or not?

    jjn: AVCHD is a marketing term as much as anything. Not so.&nbsp; AVCHD is a trademark name licenced by http://www.avchd-info.org/&nbsp;under strict terms.&nbsp;&nbsp; Until the association agreed on specifications for AVCHD2 in mid 2011, Panasonic (although a sponsor) was unable to call it that in 2010 models that employed essentially the ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by JKoch on January 9, 2012
  • Re: New Year Resolutions for Forum Members

    gjslaw: 1.&nbsp; I resolve to set my camcorder to use an AVCHD video resolution no greater than 1280x720.&nbsp; This will help me to edit my videos smoothly on my three-year old dual-core computer, avoid the waste of time converting my full HD video to MPEG2, and Aunt Tessie won't notice the difference when she watches my DVD on her 32 inch ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by JKoch on January 6, 2012
  • Re: To Edit Using AVCHD or not?

    jjn: Anyway, there is something odd going on here. Having revisited PS14 (not 15) on my desktop, I discover the the 17Mbps video from my panasonic is more laggy than it is in AvSo (and as I remember it being). But here is the odd thing - .mp4 AVCHD files from a HD Hero Go Pro and full 46Mbps AVCHD from my Canon 5Dii aren't anywhere near as ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by JKoch on January 6, 2012
  • Re: Poor quality DVD from hd vid

    The existing PC is not suitable for viewing or editing AVCHD in native format, even if you do upgrade to S15.&nbsp; It might be able to convert the files to AVI or MPEG2, using Axara,&nbsp;but the question is how&nbsp;well the Axara conversion was employed or worked.&nbsp;&nbsp; When you play the converted MPEG2 files, prior to importing into ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by JKoch on January 4, 2012
  • Re: To Edit Using AVCHD or not?

    Most qualms about editing in native AVCHD would&nbsp;vanish if people shot all video&nbsp;in 1280x720 @ 13mbps or less.&nbsp; Any higher resolution or bitrate become superfluous, if future viewers are apt to see the video on 10'' 1280x720 tablet screens streamed over the Web.&nbsp; It's not as though, years from now, when 4k or 8k video become the ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by JKoch on January 4, 2012
  • Re: Burn aways the same size

    What brand of disc are you using?&nbsp; Some brands of DVD+R-DL are notoriously unreliable for burning.&nbsp; Every try Verbatim brand?&nbsp; It has a relatively good reputation. Check the size of the ''disc image'' on the hard dive, too, in case that also happens (for whatever foul reason) to be equal to only 1/4 of the disc size.&nbsp; ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by JKoch on January 3, 2012
  • Re: Canon H264 Video in Pinnacle Studio 15

    Studio 12 cannot import or edit the 35mbps Cannon files unless you convert them first to HDV MPEG2, whose peak export&nbsp;bitrate in S12 is 30mbps at 1920x1080.&nbsp; S12 supports source AVCHD up to 17mbps or HDV up to 25mbps. Studio 14 introduced compatibility with the higher-bitrate DSLR video files.&nbsp; However, I'll defer to Canon owners ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by JKoch on January 3, 2012
  • Re: To Edit Using AVCHD or not?

    What sort of AVCHD are you trying to edit?&nbsp; The 28mbps AVCHD2 or 24mbps AVCHD1 strains a PC without adding much in the end, IMHO.&nbsp; If you shoot at a lower bitrate or resolution, the editng task is easier, without anyone but the pixel-peeper perceiving much IQ difference.&nbsp; In low light, or if the camera shakes, or on ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by JKoch on January 3, 2012
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